From all of the references I have found, the Dr. Pepper file itself is public domain, though this may be an improper assumption. If there are any concerns about copyright, the complete text of the file could be removed, with the Usenet link being adequate.--Duncan da Husky 12:57, 12 Sep 2005 (UTC)
- Not a bad article really. A bit technical and analytical, but then sometimes people need to have more than to be told to think about Bugs Bunny as a reference. A keeper I doth say. And now for the bad joke. o_o;; The author of the content (Dr.Pepper) should not be confused with a sentient can of soda. You may now shoot me or otherwise clobber me. *hides* --Markus 17:25, 15 Sep 2005 (UTC)
The article was written at the behest of Backslash, an east cost furry who ran a bbs during the pre Fido era.
No copyright was ever considered, let alone asserted. The article was intended to be distributed widely. Truth is, i expected that it would be superceded within a couple of years by something more comprehensive. -- 10 2 4 Dr Pepper.
- Thanks for sharing your unique insight into the creation of the article. :-) --GreenReaper(talk) 09:29, 29 Nov 2005 (UTC)
Retool to person article?
Perhaps splitting off a separate article about "Furry Fandom Observed"? -- Sine 18:01, 8 February 2012 (EST)